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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Thu May 11, 2017 10:44 pm

Not really, but after Columbine happened I would write crazy violent stuff for school, just to see how different teachers would react.
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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Sat May 13, 2017 9:25 pm

Yep I played Doom non stop when it first came out it was burnt into my mind and long before Eric and Dylan did what they did I was sitting in class drawing Doom monsters and marines all over my school work.
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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Fri May 26, 2017 8:02 am

Since I knew, I was supposed to have a twin sister, that died before birth, I used to say things like "I want to be dead" and lay on the ground in the middle of the class room. I think I was 7-8 years old. I drew weird things as a teenager, about gore and death in general. I also imitated the death project from the movie Ginger Snaps. That was whn I thought, gothic subculture was about death and being badass. Now I know it better. But it was fun, I was never a sane child, I guess. I think that it says something, psychological help helped me to understand it. As a teen, I thought it is bullshit, but since I'm an adult I understan it and can work with it and my problems. Biggest problem for me was, not being taken serious, but I had a lot of issues. So, death always fascinated me an I was confronted with the cruelty and dark things in life at an early age. Other kids didn't care.
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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Sat Jun 03, 2017 1:04 am

In high school I drew pictures of cartoon bunnies blowing their brains out in class.

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Sat Jun 03, 2017 4:29 pm

my dads tell me that kindergarten I draw my teacher dead


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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Thu Aug 24, 2017 3:59 pm

Back when I was 5 I had a "babysitter when my mom was away and as far as I remember she was afraid because I often drew human skulls and Zombies and some stuff like that.
I think once as she saw it she said something like "I didn't drew stuff like that in your age! " a bit funny if you ask me know.

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Fri Aug 25, 2017 3:24 pm

I used to draw comics of people jumping off buildings and guillotine executions. I thought it was funny for some reason.
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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Fri Aug 25, 2017 4:33 pm

It is the only thing I would draw was monsters and carnage as a very small child
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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Fri Sep 01, 2017 12:26 pm

I was really into military history as a kid and used to draw a lot of war scenes. I was fascinated by weapons too. Just harmless curiosity, but it scared some of my family members to death. I'm pretty sure my younger cousins thought I was the antichrist, especially because I used to burn up my barbie dolls and play with worms and snails instead Roll

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Fri Oct 27, 2017 7:34 am

I used to obsessively draw pictures of plane and train wrecks when i was a child, and was very obsessive about other things, i remember i started these drawing after 9/11. I also was fascinated by disasters like tsunamis and hurricanes.
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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Fri Oct 27, 2017 9:16 am

I use to draw pictures of wars and I would always overdo it on the blood and mutilation of the stick figures i drew

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Fri Oct 27, 2017 12:57 pm

I was shit at art (and still am), so I didn't really draw anything violent as a kid.

There was this one time I drew Sonic getting shot, but that was about it.

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Fri Oct 27, 2017 1:16 pm

Nah, I was never much on drawing. Even my stick figures are awful!

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Sat Oct 28, 2017 3:54 am

I could hardly trace good.

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Sun Nov 26, 2017 4:10 pm

(I copied and pasted this from an e-mail I sent to my psychiatrist, but edited some of it.)

During my young childhood i'd indeed draw violent occurrences. In some cases i'd draw bubblehead figues or stickfigures fighting and killing each other with the only source of colour on the drawings being red for the blood, or perhaps another colour would also be set in; Pink to show internal gore such as intestines and brain fragments. The majority of such drawings would be sketched at elementary school instead of at home. After that, i'd show my friends the drawings of violent events and hear compliments as they gazed at the wonder of stickfigure blood & violence, manipulating them to be desensitized and grow fanatically into different future lifestyles.

So many years ago I remember I drew a 2-dimensional stickfigure fight with randomized chaotic events including those that came with death & destruction. At the top of the paper, there'd be a militarized helicopter with stickfigures falling into its' blades, being chopped up into pieces. On the right, there was a train's tail car being a box filled with deceased stickfigures, labeled on the box rail car was "Idiots". Several stickfigures would be seen collecting bodies in the paper and throwing them into the pile. Yet such genocide and carelessness for the bodies, I never knew what the WW2 holocaust was beforehand, I wasn't inspired by it as so.

During 7th grade in elementary school, I didn't like my first name, so occasionally I asked people to call me by "Alex", completely irrelevant to what my actual name was and otherwise not a shortened name. At one point I drew myself as a stickfigure duel-wielding two heavy machine guns with weaponized helicopters flying past me and explosions in the background, four large red letters on the top, "A L E X" as if it were a movie cover. Looked pretty bad-ass if you were to see it at that time.

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Sun Nov 26, 2017 5:45 pm

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I love ww2, and since the 1st grade I drew D-Day and stuff.
Can relate, was obsessed with D-Day as a kid.
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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:57 pm

I'd draw soldiers getting shot and dying and once drew a guy shooting bullies.
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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:24 pm

Mostly, I drew mythological creatures attacking humans (dragon destroying a village, griffon eating a knight, wyvern decapitating the king, and so on). Sometimes I would try and recreate the gorier scenes from the Warrior Cats books.

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Mon Jan 15, 2018 9:33 am

I can't recall a single instance of something like this. I would usually draw scenes from fairy tales, novels and religion and such stuff, stories basically.
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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Mon Jan 15, 2018 9:42 am

I was always more of the nature type drawer myself. You know the sun had to be in the damn corner and had the little lines coming from it. Then some weird looking trees and maybe a rainbow and clouds, with the silly looking "V" birds flying around.

I would LOVE to say that my artistic abilities grew as I got older. NAH, I still can't draw. Still stick figures and mostly corner suns for me. Haha

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:55 pm

I drew a, not violent, but extremely sad picture of myself crying and wrote something underneath like "Mom, I cry every day" and my mom showed it to me some time ago saying it was cute.

But no blood, just tears. The memory of that drawing stuck with me because of how I always struggled with the feeling of never being taken seriously.. the fact even my mom thought my tears were "cute".
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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:27 pm

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I drew a, not violent, but extremely sad picture of myself crying and wrote something underneath like "Mom, I cry every day" and my mom showed it to me some time ago saying it was cute.

But no blood, just tears. The memory of that drawing stuck with me because of how I always struggled with the feeling of never being taken seriously.. the fact even my mom thought my tears were "cute".

WOW! Can you remember about how old you were when you drew that? Maybe your mom didn't see the bigger picture you were trying to hint at with the drawing.

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:52 pm

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I drew a, not violent, but extremely sad picture of myself crying and wrote something underneath like "Mom, I cry every day" and my mom showed it to me some time ago saying it was cute.

But no blood, just tears. The memory of that drawing stuck with me because of how I always struggled with the feeling of never being taken seriously.. the fact even my mom thought my tears were "cute".

WOW! Can you remember about how old you were when you drew that? Maybe your mom didn't see the bigger picture you were trying to hint at with the drawing.

I dont remember drawing it but the style of drawing is similar to another picture I drew when I was about 6 years old.

I was known for being a passive child watching other people play and I also even once had an imaginary friend Very Happy

Sometimes when I'm acting a bit irrational my mom brings that imaginary friend up just to make me shut up LOL
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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Mon Jan 15, 2018 5:07 pm

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I drew a, not violent, but extremely sad picture of myself crying and wrote something underneath like "Mom, I cry every day" and my mom showed it to me some time ago saying it was cute.

But no blood, just tears. The memory of that drawing stuck with me because of how I always struggled with the feeling of never being taken seriously.. the fact even my mom thought my tears were "cute".

WOW! Can you remember about how old you were when you drew that? Maybe your mom didn't see the bigger picture you were trying to hint at with the drawing.

I dont remember drawing it but the style of drawing is similar to another picture I drew when I was about 6 years old.

I was known for being a passive child watching other people play and I also even once had an imaginary friend Very Happy

Sometimes when I'm acting a bit irrational my mom brings that imaginary friend up just to make me shut up LOL

I have read several things saying that childhood imaginary friends are likely ghosts. If you believe in that type of thing.Very Happy  

As you get older you lose your ability to see them. Most kids very first friends are of the imaginary sort. Some are devastated at the loss of their first real pal. Kinda sad if you think about it.  Sad  

BUT I have also read things about very bad imaginary friends. Now that is some scary ass shit. Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: Did anyone else draw violent pictures as a kid?   Mon Jan 15, 2018 5:28 pm

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I drew a, not violent, but extremely sad picture of myself crying and wrote something underneath like "Mom, I cry every day" and my mom showed it to me some time ago saying it was cute.

But no blood, just tears. The memory of that drawing stuck with me because of how I always struggled with the feeling of never being taken seriously.. the fact even my mom thought my tears were "cute".

WOW! Can you remember about how old you were when you drew that? Maybe your mom didn't see the bigger picture you were trying to hint at with the drawing.

I dont remember drawing it but the style of drawing is similar to another picture I drew when I was about 6 years old.

I was known for being a passive child watching other people play and I also even once had an imaginary friend Very Happy

Sometimes when I'm acting a bit irrational my mom brings that imaginary friend up just to make me shut up LOL

I have read several things saying that childhood imaginary friends are likely ghosts. If you believe in that type of thing.Very Happy  

As you get older you lose your ability to see them. Most kids very first friends are of the imaginary sort. Some are devastated at the loss of their first real pal. Kinda sad if you think about it.  Sad  

BUT I have also read things about very bad imaginary friends. Now that is some scary ass shit. Shocked

I dont remember seeing him, just the feeling of knowing he was there. I also had a mental image of what he looked like. The only distinct memory I have of him is once I played with him by the swingset. I think my parents thought I was being silly and I liked it so I kept referring to him sometimes when I was really talking about myself. However it was weird how I could know exactly what he looked like, I struggle even today when I try to make up faces in my mind, it's a hard thing to do.. that's why people in your dreams who you dont know often have blurry or blank faces.

I also think I made that imaginary friend up because I liked playing with boys alot more than with girls and all the boys I liked playing with was older than me and didn't have recess at the same time. This was when I was 4-5 years old.. weird how I remember it better than when I was 6-10
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